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Christmas Season Travel Planning

The airports and the highways will soon be clogged with eager travelers hoping to spend the Christmas holiday with loved ones and families or to see a part of the world they haven't seen before. Although rest and relaxation await us all, holiday travel is a major source of stress. If you are fortunate to have a working relationship with a travel professional, then he/she will be handling your travel arrangements with little to no effort on your part. However, If you Read More >

Why Sitting in Urban Traffic Will Cost You

I was walking around the Brighton neighborhood the other day and with every direction I turned, I could not help but notice the enormous amount of cars idling in traffic.  Every direction.  Cars trying to maneuver around a delivery truck making its morning rounds.  City buses packed with weary passengers, jostling for position.  School buses loaded with children struggling to get through the traffic and make it to the schools on schedule.  Add in the occasional Read More >

5 Tips to Combat Holiday Stress

The holiday season is the most magical time of the year.  Chances are your holiday to-do list will include some, if not all, of the following:  buying or assembling a holiday tree, decorating the house and tree, compiling a gift list, buying and wrapping gifts, planning holiday menus, writing holiday cards, attending office parties, planning family get-togethers, booking travel plans, etc.  In addition to these, you have a daily schedule of activities and obligations to Read More >